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use "moribund" in a sentence

No candidates were nominated to replace them, and the League became moribund.

Time on the Cross directly challenged the long-held conclusions that slavery was unprofitable, a moribund institution, inefficient, and extremely harsh for typical slave.

Isolation and reduction of
makes his way back to Crystal Lake.

UHF morgue Other UHF stations did for a time affiliate with less-affluent broadcast networks that didn't last very long; for example, the fourth-ranked DuMont Network, which operated from 1946 to 1956, and then went out of business.

The building is designed as a morgue with cooler and freezer units, modern morgue equipment and tools and digital radiograph and microscope capabilities.

When a superior shows him a morgue full of dead bodies, tells him the crimes the victims committed and the fact that someone is "putting the courts out of business", Callahan answers: "So far you've said nothing wrong".

After seeing her sister's corpse in the hospital morgue, Steffy almost injured herself by trying to reconnect with her.

Isis Obed Murillo was taken to Escuela Hospital and his body taken to the Francisco Morazan Judicial morgue.

By far the most popular, and most misunderstood, track to come from this area is "morgue City"(2005).

He immediately quarantines the morgue, but quickly falls ill himself.

Using parts pilfered from both the hospital's morgue and from the cemetery conveniently located next door, West discovers that in addition to whole corpses, his reagent can also re-animate body parts by themselves.

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